I know I don't have to say anything but I think it might make my application marginally more interesting.
hmm i have a somewhat similiar question. I took 3 college courses at a community college while in high school. All 15 credits went towards my high school credits and 10 credits transferred to the university I'm currently attending. But I made a dumb mistake. In the summer after my first year at the university, I went back to the community college to take a math class to potentially transfer up to my university, if I did well. Well, I didn't do well. Actually I totally blew off the second midterm and the final. I didn't even bother to check my grades...but I'm guessing it can't be any higher than a 1.0. So the university does not know about this grade because I'm not transferring it up to use towards my undergrad degree. So that specific class is not a class that went towards my undergrad degree but the other two classes I transferred up does. So the two classes that I took originally in high school appear on my university transcript. So what does all this mean? Does this mean I have to submit a transcript from the community college too? And will the LSAC or the schools I'm applying to factor that into my accum UGPA? This was such a bad mistake...and I've been throwing a fit eversince I found out that the LSAC wants a record of ALL your college grades. Hope someone can help me answer these questions...thanks